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Old March 29th, 2009, 06:58 AM   #361
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Malaysia Airports tumbles
Published: 2009/03/30

MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd tumbled 7.9 per cent to RM2.45, the biggest drop since March 5.

The airport operator plans to meet with the government of Kazakhstan to discuss whether it should continue operating the country’s International Airport Astana, the Business Times reported, citing Azmi Murad, Malaysia Airport’s general manager of operations.

The company made the comment in response to a statement by Kazakh Transport Minister Abelgazy Kusainov that he was considering action against the Malaysian operator over management of the local airport, the newspaper said. - Bloomberg
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Old March 30th, 2009, 04:04 PM   #363
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MAHB to meet Khazakh govt over airport ops issues
Published: 2009/03/30

MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) (5014) plans to meet the government of Khazakhstan to discuss whether it should continue operating The International Airport Astana (IAA).

MAHB signed a deal in 2007 to manage the airport but reports have surfaced that Kazakhstan felt the airport operator was not effective.

According to a press release by MAHB, in the first year of operation, it had resolved many financial, technical and operational issues of IAA.

However, things changed after there was a new airport president.
"With the change of the president, our role was reduced... we could not execute the contract effectively and efficiently," MAHB's general manager of operation Datuk Azmi Murad said.

"As such, we are now going to discuss how best to continue with the contract or discontinue," he told Business Times.

On March 26, Bloomberg reported Kazakh Transport Minister Abelgazy Kusainov as saying that authorities were considering unspecified action against MAHB.

MAHB's overseas ventures comprise the operations and management of the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad, the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and the Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport in Turkey.
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Old April 8th, 2009, 09:59 PM   #367
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Penang airport expansion slated for completion by end-2010
By Marina Emmanuel Published: 2009/04/09

THE RM250 million expansion of the Penang International Airport is slated for completion by the end of 2010, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat says.

He said work on the project, which is part of the RM60 billion economic stimulus package unveiled last month, is due to begin in July.

"Malaysia Airports (Holdings) Bhd is currently at the planning stage of the expansion exercise and the contract is yet to be awarded," he told Business Times in an e-mail interview.

He said the expansion plans for the airport, located in Bayan Lepas on the island, were conveyed to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng last August when Ong called on him in Penang.

Apart from the expansion of the Penang airport, the RM60 billion second stimulus package, or mini-budget, also provides for the construction of a new low-cost carrier terminal at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Ong said the main components for the Penang airport upgrading works will include upgrading and expansion of the existing passenger terminal, a new multi-storey car park, a new central utility building, security fencing, main infrastructure works, and extension to the aircraft parking apron

"The scope of work mentioned will also cater for low-cost carrier operators," Ong noted.

The Penang International Airport was last expanded in 2001 to accommodate an annual capacity of five million passengers.

In reality, the airport can accommodate only slightly more than three million passengers a year because space meant for transit passengers has been leased to duty-free shops.

Apart from Malaysia Airlines, which offers direct international flights from Penang to selected destinations, other carriers using the airport include AirAsia, Cathay Pacific, Thai Airways International, Lion Air, Singapore Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China Airlines, Firefly, Kartika Airlines and Sriwijaya Air.
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Old April 10th, 2009, 12:46 PM   #369
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Firefly
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Firefly is a low cost airline and a full subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines. It claims to be the first community airline in Malaysia. Its base of operations and hub is now in Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang, Kuala Lumpur. This replaces Penang International Airport which is now becoming the secondary airport for Firefly. The airline's first flight was on April 3, 2007 to Kota Bharu.

Firefly flies from two hubs, Penang and Subang in Kuala Lumpur. The domestic flights from Penang are Langkawi, Kota Bharu, Kuala Lumpur-Subang, Kuala Terengganu and Kuantan 14 times weekly as well as to Koh Samui and Phuket in Thailand seven times weekly. The flights out of Subang are Penang, Langkawi, Johor Bahru and Kota Bharu, Koh Samui in Thailand and Pekanbaru in Indonesia. However, Firefly announced on March 8, 2009 that flights from Penang to Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu, Koh Samui and Kuantan have been temporarily suspended.[2]

Indonesia
Batam (Hang Nadim Airport) [begins 2 May 2009]
Banda Aceh (Sultan Iskandarmuda Airport)
Medan (Polonia International Airport)
Padang (Minangkabau International Airport) [begins 15 May 2009]
Pekanbaru (Sultan Syarif Qasim II International Airport)

Malaysia
Alor Setar (Sultan Abdul Halim Airport) [begins 29 March 2009]
Johor Bahru (Senai International Airport)
Kota Bharu (Sultan Ismail Petra Airport)
Kuala Lumpur-Subang (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport) Main Hub
Kuala Terengganu (Sultan Mahmud International Airport)
Kuantan (Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport)
Langkawi (Langkawi International Airport)
Penang (Penang International Airport) Secondary Hub
Kerteh (Kerteh Airport)

Thailand
Koh Samui (Samui Airport)
Phuket (Phuket International Airport)

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Berjaya Air
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Berjaya Air is an airline based in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. It operates domestic scheduled and charter services, as well as regional flights. Its main base is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang, Malaysia[1].

Berjaya Air operates the following services (at February 2008) :
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport)
Pangkor Island (Pangkor Airport)
Redang Island (Redang Airport) (temporarily suspended)
Tioman Island (Tioman Airport)

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Singapore (Seletar Airport)

Thailand
Koh Samui (Samui Airport)

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MAS waives revised Thai flight charges
Published: 2009/04/14

MALAYSIA Airlines will be waiving charges for passengers to change their flights from Kuala Lumpur-Thailand and vice versa from now until end of the month.

"In view of the current situation in Thailand, we have given the flexibility for passengers who are booked with us to make changes their flights at no charge," said Malaysia Airlines Senior General Manager Network Revenue Management, Dr Amin Khan.

"This will help passengers who want to get out of Thailand. At the same time, we are providing options for our passengers who are travelling into the country," he said.

To reschedule flights, passengers can go to Malaysia Airlines' ticketing offices or call 1800 88 3000. - Bernama
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MAS pact with Qantas on MRO centre expires
Published: 2009/04/14

MALAYSIAN Airlines System Bhd (MAS) said its memorandum of understanding with Qantas Airways Ltd to form a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centre in Malaysia has expired.

It told Bursa Malaysia yesterday that no active talks are taking place for now, unless the MOU is subsequently renewed.

The MOU was signed in December 2007 and the venture was to have been operational in the middle of last year.
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Firefly sees at least 70pc load factor for JB-Penang route
Published: 2009/04/14

BUDGET carrier, Firefly Sdn Bhd, expects a minimum load factor of 70 per cent for its Johor Baru (JB)-Penang route which will start early next month.

Its head of marketing/communications, Angelina Fernandez, said bookings for the route, especially from the business community, had been positive.

She said average load factor for all its routes on weekdays ranged from 60 per cent to 65 per cent and on weekends, up to 100 per cent.

"Our low fares are affordable and flying with Firefly is so much more convenient and hassle-free compared to conventional transportation," she told a media briefing on the cooperation with Sri America Travel (SAT) in Johor Baru to offer tour packages to Penang and Koh Samui from Johor.
SAT has booked 20 seats of Firefly's daily JB-Penang flight.

In conjunction with the announcement, SAT would offer three-day and two-night Penang package at RM399 per person and five-day four-night Penang plus Langkawi holiday package at RM699 per person.

SAT regional manager, Kathryn Lee, said three-day two-night Koh Samui free and easy package would be offered at RM899 per person while the four-day three-night Koh Samui Getaway package would be RM999 per person.

Firefly would launch the Subang-Phuket route on May 1, Subang-Bertam on May 2 and Subang-Padang on May 15.

It would increase its Kerteh flights to seven a week from its current five, starting mid-May. - Bernama
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Firefly to begin Senai to Penang flights soon
Tuesday April 14, 2009

JOHOR BARU: Firefly will begin flights from Senai airport to Penang starting May 1.

It has also started offering holiday packages from here to Koh Samui, Thailand; and Penang.

The airline is also expected to increase flights on its current route from Senai to Subang to three times daily beginning next month.

Firefly marketing and communications head Angelina Fernandez said Firefly had entered into a business collaboration with travel agency Sri America Travel Corp (J) Sdn Bhd (SA Travel) to sell the holiday packages.

“Our business partnership with SA Travel will now offer Johoreans holiday packages with direct connectivity into Penang and also Koh Samui via Kuala Lumpur,” she said at a press conference at the Senai airport yesterday.

She added that Firefly was confident of the partnership’s success because of SA Travel’s local expertise, network and reputation.

Fernandez said Firefly was also optimistic about the demand for domestic and regional travel despite the present economic situation.

Meanwhile, SA Travel southern regional manager Kathryn Lee said they were excited about the partnership with Firefly.

“Koh Samui is a new holiday destination and offers a quiet and scenic getaway,” she said, adding that SA Travel would offer packages to Penang, Langkawi and Koh Samui from RM399 to RM999.
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Sultan Mahmud Airport (IATA: TGG, ICAO: WMKN) is an airport that serves Kuala Terengganu, a city in the state of Terengganu in Malaysia. The airport is located 15km from town. In 2005, the airport handled 419,475 passengers with 4,623 aircraft movements.

In January 2008, Malaysian government had approved RM200 million to upgrade the airport to become an international airport. This is include to extend the runway and upgrade the terminal of the airport.

Sultan Mahmud Airport will become an international airport after upgrading work is finished. It maybe will start international flights to Singapore, Kunming, Hong Kong and others. Malaysia Airlines had agreed with Tabung Haji that it will also bring passengers to the Holy Land Mecca via Jeddah and Medina.

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Terengganu plans direct flights to woo more Singaporeans
Wednesday April 15, 2009

KUALA TERENGGANU: The state government is confident about starting direct flights between here and Singapore.

State Tourism, Culture, Art and Heritage Com*mittee chairman Datuk Zaabar Mohd Adib said talks between the Transport Ministry and its Singapore counterpart had been positive.

“It will certainly be a boom for our tourism industry as Singapore tourists are the most treasured group,” he told The Star.

He added that by having the route, Singa*poreans would not be burdened by making transit stops in Kuala Lumpur.

Zaabar said low-cost carrier FireFly was interested to service the route and the state government anticipated that Singapore operators would also start flights.

“Singaporeans make up the bulk of tourists to Terengganu and direct flights could increase their numbers three-fold,” he said.

“Singapore is our traditional market and we are now intensifying our promotion to woo more people to make Terengganu their favourite holiday destination.”

Zaabar said Terengganu Fest would be promoted in Singapore in the next few months and the new Terengganu Zoo in Kemaman, dubbed the largest recreational concept zoo in the country, would form part of the package.

He said facilities at islands off Terengganu would be enhanced to attract Singaporeans.
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Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, (formerly Subang International Airport), often called Subang Airport, is an airport located in Subang, Malaysia, and primarily serves general aviation and some turboprop domestic flights. Although plans existed to convert the airport into a low-cost carrier hub, the change was opposed by Subang Jaya residents.

Until the 1998 opening of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, the (then) Subang International Airport served as Kuala Lumpur's primary airport. Subang Airport is currently the hub for Berjaya Air and Firefly.

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Works to modernise Subang airport impress ICAO
Published: 2008/12/01

THE International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) council has given the modernisation works at Subang airport, Selangor, the thumbs up during a technical site survey visit of the airport.

Speaking during his recent visit to Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with the 45th Conference of Directors General of Civil Aviation, Asia and Pacific Regions, ICAO president Roberto Gonzalez said SkyPark Subang Terminal has all the modern trappings of an international world-class airport for a community airport of this size.

"I am impressed. SkyPark Subang Terminal is heading for glory as a destination discerning travellers would enjoy," he said.

Gonzalez was given a full technical site survey of both the SkyPark Subang Terminal and the new corporate jet fixed base operation SkyPark FBO Malaysia.

Also present were Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad and senior general manager of corporate planning, Datuk Mahat Samah.

"SkyPark FBO Malaysia is also one of the finest and largest I have seen for a fixed base operation," Gonzalez added.

SkyPark Subang Terminal will be a new dominating landmark at the refurbished Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang when it rolls out a new design that accentuates the airport as a modern and contemporary icon under an urban rejuvenation programme.

"The overall goal is to transform the airport, maximising on assets through design intervention, into a vibrant destination point for travellers," said Subang Skypark Sdn Bhd executive director Datuk Ravindran Menon.

The main infrastructure of SkyPark Subang Terminal is being refurbished at RM40 million, while refurbishment by the tenants is estimated at another RM5 million.

"The refurbishment is geared to cater to the initial 2.5 million passenger traffic anticipated in 2009. We are working closely with MAHB to meet passenger expectations and delights," said Ravindran.

SkyPark Subang Terminal is made up of Skypark FBO Malaysia, corporate aviation facilities and community airline facilities.

The refurbishment works of SkyPark Subang Terminal are slated to be completed early next year.
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Tuesday June 3, 2008

PETALING JAYA: A train service linking the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang and KL Sentral is one of the proposals that will be considered in redeveloping the airport, said Transport Minister Datuk Ong Tee Keat.

Whether it would be an express train, Light Rail Transit or commuter train, it needed further study, he said.

On the redevelopment of the airport, he said all three terminals are expected to function fully by 2010.

A new project, SkyPark Subang, would be a general and corporate aviation hub comprising the existing Terminal 3 building, regional aviation centre also known as the Hangarage Complex and the Commercial nexus, he added.

At Terminal 2, there will be 12 hangars in operation for repairs, while Terminal 1 has been identified as the site for maintenance, repair and overhaul.
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Malaysian bird life expo at Senai Airport
Friday April 17, 2009

JOHOR BARU: Visitors travelling through Senai Airport are being greeted by an interesting photo exhibition on birds at the arrival and departure lounges.

The exhibition features photos and facts compiled by the Malaysian Nature Society of Johor (MNSJ) over a four-year period.

Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATS) corporate communications manager Bob Lee said the exhibition was launched to shed light on the rich local bird life.

Lee hoped the exhibition would portray the importance of wildlife conservation and keep the birds safe, especially those that were rare and endangered.

He said the exhibition, part of the airport’s corporate social responsibility effort, would include more exhibits at the Aeromall soon.

Lee added that SATS hoped the exhibition would connect birdwatchers from around the world in tandem with its continuous efforts to enhance air connectivity.

Meanwhile, MNSJ advisor Vincent Chow said that birdwatching was relatively new in Malaysia but was popular in the United States, Europe and Japan.

He pointed out that there were 600 species of migratory birds that frequented Johor, of which almost half were local species.

Chow noted that bird watching had the potential to attract revenue as it could be classified as eco-tourism.

“Not many Malaysians know about the abundance of bird species here,” he said.

He hoped the exhibition would draw visitors to the World Migratory Bird Day event next month in Parit Jawa from May 7-9.

Among the photos on display were images of the lesser adjutant stork.

This species of stork is endangered and Johor accounts for 1% of the world’s population of the species.
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Air links for more Sabah towns
Saturday April 18, 2009
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KOTA KINABALU: Budget air carrier AirAsia and other airlines can begin operating direct flights between Singapore and Sandakan and Tawau in June, Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat said.

The Transport Minister said this followed the successful conclusion of landing rights talks between officials of both countries on Tuesday.

Direct flights from Singapore are certain to boost the economy of these two towns, particularly in the tourism sector, he said after a three-hour dialogue with Sabah Chinese community leaders at the Kian Kok Middle School here yesterday.

Ong said the new air links were not only aimed at attracting more Singaporeans to Sabah but foreign travellers on transit in the island republic as well.

He said it would be up to the respective airlines to determine the frequency of the flights between Singapore and the two towns known as the gateways to Sabah’s wildlife and diving havens.

Late last year, Ong had announced direct flights between Singapore and Kota Kinabalu, Miri and Kuching. These flights are operated by AirAsia.

On the dialogue, Ong said various issues under the purview of the Federal and Sabah governments were raised at the meeting including those involving education, social issues and matters affecting his ministry.

He said Sabah Chinese community leaders also handed a memorandum containing wide ranging concerns and issues to him at the meeting.

“We will study the memorandum and will seek the assistance of the relevant ministries to respond to the points raised,” he said.

He added that the business community from Sandakan and Tawau had also highlighted to him their concerns over a move to make the Sepanggar port near here a shipping hub whereby containers from the peninsula would be barged to the east coast towns.
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